Innovative, Inspiring, Inclusive & Imaginative - STAG is Glasgow's Orienteering ClubSTAG DUO - Team Sprint Event

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Another first for STAG & Scottish Orienteering - Saturday 30th November 2019 {St.Andrew's Day :)}

Thu 19 SepRead more…

CAT3 another success(but the light is fading fast)

Alexandra Park Gc Pavilion

11 participants popped along to Alexandra Park for training this evening.

Wed 18 SepRead more…

STAG Club Nights confirmed @ JP AcademyCome along & both improve your fitness & learn the basics for the 2020 Orienteering Season

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Following discussions with Glasgow Life I am pleased to announce that we have been able to 1. Increase the number of winter training opportunites from from 6 to 8 and now have a booking for the Gymnasium.

Wed 18 SepRead more…

STAG - Where The Action Is !!! Updated 13th September 2019

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The orienteering wheels are back in motion & we have a bumper programme planned for the coming months

Thu 12 SepRead more…

NLC DoE 2 & Postbox 11 - very well supported !!

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Beautiful weather graced STAG's latest double billing

Thu 12 SepRead more…

Final Accounts from Scottish Score Championships 2019

STAG's extended map & resurveying of Faskally Woods cost £998 so for this event we are showing in our Event Accounts a £2 map royalty which only returns £300 to our Club which doesn't even cover 50% of the costs of mapping.

Fri 6 SepRead more…

New to Orienteering?

Visiting A Control Marker

Orienteering is a sport that combines map reading and running. Competitors have to find their way between a series of checkpoints, called controls, as quickly as possible. There’s no set route between the controls, so you have to decide which way to go and then find your way there without getting lost.